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    Storm Over Southwold

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    Price: 1,500.00 USD

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    Southwold is our favorite beach in Suffolk, England so far, as my wife is from that region and this is where we go to visit family and vacation at this lovely East Anglian sea-side town. Right before this photo was taken, the sky changed dramatically from sunny to stormy with seagulls circling in an agitated state as we were standing on the pier with camera in hand. This piece is beautifully matted and framed.

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    Name of Artist Rick Tuthill
    Country United States
    Media Watercolor
    Width (inches): 30"
    Height (inches): 22"
    Painting Genre: Representational: Landscape / Nature



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    Storm Over Southwold

    Typical English weather with a storm arising to spoil the fun but not the magnitude of this painting, love the beach huts, town and lighthouse in the background, wooden groynes lining the beach, not to mention all the beach activity!

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